Category Archives: Digital History

Path of a Digital Humanities Project: Story Mapping Loyalists

By Leah Grandy With a few breakthrough ideas, a group of people with the right skillset at the right place and time, and a dash of serendipity, the project which was to be known as “New Brunswick Loyalist Journeys” came … Continue reading

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From to Please Adjust Your Bookmark

Recently the URL of the Labour History in New Brunswick project changed from to Please adjust your bookmarks accordingly. By David Frank In a recent post Andrea Eidinger and Stephanie Pettigrew discussed the problem of maintaining legacies in … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Acadiensis Blog

by Corey Slumkoski The Internet has had, and continues to have, a profound impact on historical practice. In an essay published in the edited volume Settling and Unsettling Memories: Essays in Canadian Public History, Sasha Mullally reinforces Roy Rosenzweig and … Continue reading

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